Welcome to Stillwater Women's Clinic!
We consider it an honor to provide our patients with high quality, compassionate medical care in the specialties of obstetrics and gynecology. We continue to expand available services. It is our hope to enhance the care we provide our patients through this website.
If you are already one of our valued patients or planning to establish your care with us, we encourage you to create an online account with us. In doing so, you will have the opportunity to utilize the full scope of the site including registration, appointment requests, prescription refills, online account payments, and even submit a medical question to the SWC team.
We are now able to provide you with your test results through this secure site. Please register on this site to utilize the many options available. If you registered prior to 2009, please log in and send us a message in the Ask a Question tab to allow us to "match" your account to your electronic health record. We will then be able to send you secure messages. We are pleased to be able to provide our patients with a state-of-the-art electronic health record the Greenway Medical Technology called PrimeSuite.
We look forward to seeing you for your future care and remain committed to excellence.
Update on Dr. Ebert and Dr. Karns:
Starting in August 2014, Drs. Ebert and Karns will be working reduced schedules as we anticipate the addition of Dr. Ray Ford joining Stillwater Womens Clinic. Although they will continue doing OB/GYN, they will each be in the office two days each week. They regret that they will no longer be able to accommodate new patients. Drs. Naa Sackey, David Keuchel, and Ray Ford will continue to see new patients. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this transition.
Dr. Ford joins Stillwater Women’s Clinic…
Dr. William Ray Ford was born in Alexandria, LA above what he calls the Cajun line and grew up splitting time in his home state and Texas. He was exposed to Texas universities and put himself through undergraduate studies with academic and then an athletic scholarship playing football at the 2013 Big 12 champs, Baylor University. He went to medical school at Louisiana State University Medical School in Shreveport, LA and continued his postgraduate training there before returning to Texas for a ten-year private practice. Before moving, he brought laparoscopic hysterectomy and other advanced minimally invasive gynecologic techniques to his locale in Cleburne, Texas.
At the end of his college career, he married Janalynn Janszen, his Texas redheaded rose, and they have been blessed with five children together. It occupies his time between work as a self proclaimed family man.He has wide interest from agriculture to aviation and plans to finish his instrument rating as time allows. First place in his life belongs to Christ, and he has been active in his church with youth and marriage ministries before moving to Oklahoma. He believes his practice is an extension of healing for those who are hurting or lost. He also does well women exams and has experience in compounding hormone replacement therapy for the postmenopausal or perimenopausal woman. He believes in listening to the patient, and feels he continues to learn more about the amazing human body the more he does. Wanting to join a strong medical staff to share the load in a challenging medical environment of today, he looks to Stillwater and the physicians established here to continue a tradition of excellence.
We are pleased to have acquired Pelletique Medical Spa where we can now offer a wide variety of skin care services including Botox®, Juvaderm Fillers®, micropigmentation, permanent hair reduction, photorejuvenation, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, treatment of leg veins, as well as offering the Obagi skin care line and GloMinerals make-up products. Dr. Brenda Field to arrange a no cost consultation.
Did You Know?
We were "GREEN" before it was a political buzzword! Our medical building, completed in 1987, remains one of the first ground source geothermal heat and air systems in Oklahoma. This system reduces energy consumption by 30 to 40 percent over traditional systems. In addition, we replaced the components of every fluorescent light fixture in the building in 2007 saving another 40 percent in electricity usage for lighting. We recently installed new thermostats that further reduce energy waste after hours. We just thought you should know.